What is the care of my hiv test at 9 weeks? I tested negative at 3 weeks, denial at 6 weeks, negative 9 weeks. Had

I tested negative at 3 weeks, gloomy at 6 weeks, negative 9 weeks.
Had unprotected sex with a woman of unknown status.

Symptoms: Swollen nodes (neck, groin), mild body ache (joints, muscles, abdomen), mild headaches, tiny tiny black spots on my neck, harsh flaky skin, strange rash (looks like pityriasis rosea), occasionally irritated throat, dry mouth, buoyant fevers of 99.4 - 99.9 in the evening, wbc of 3.9 field 4.5 to 11.5.

What are the chances my 12 week test will become positive.
Answers:    THOSE SYMPTOMS THAT UR FELLING RIGHT NOW ITS NOT CAUSE U HAVE THOSE SYMTOMS ARE NOT OF HIV AND IF U WERE NEGATIVE A MONTH AND 2 WEEKS LATER THATS PERFECT UR ON A GOOD WAY TO BE NEGATIVE TEST YOUR SELF AT 3 MONTHS MARK IF UR NEGATIVE YOUR 100% HIV NEGATIVE
First, let's address your actual risk.

I am assuming you are within the United States. If you're not, but are still in another developed country such as Canada or the UK, all this information more or smaller amount still applies.

HIV is a very rare disease contained by the straight population. Depending on what statistics you believe, only around 0.2% to 0.3% of the straight population is infected with HIV. There are slightly more straight females than straight males (ones who hold never had sex with men) infected next to the virus as the disease is significantly easier to pass from male to womanly than the other way around.

In the unlikely event you did encounter an HIV positive female, it is far from a guarantee you caught the virus after only just one encounter. The overwhelming majority of cases of infection during heterosexual sex occur between long term partner. I know of one HIV specialist who has said he has never instinctively seen a man infected by a woman after just one encounter during his almost 30 years of practice. HIV is a fragile virus. There are even some cases where on earth aman and woman were married or in a long residence relationship where one of them was positive, have sex hundreds or thousands of times and the man (and in fewer cases the woman) be not infected.

This is not a license to keep on having unprotected sexual encounter. It does happen. Herpes also happens - at a much, much greater rate than HIV. But there is a lot of misinformation out within. We can all meet our finish off in a variety of ways. You are much more credible to meet yours on a busy freeway than you are having occasional unprotected vaginal sex or monogamous unprotected sex. With that individual said, protected sex provides the peace of mind you obviously don't have following your unprotected encounter. Sex last a matter of minutes. Even the worry/fear of catching HIV lasts weeks or months, and contained by the unlikely event you are one of the unlucky .3% - it lasts forever.

Now to address your testing - at 9 weeks, contained by upwards of 95% of HIV infections would have been detected by antibody conducting tests. Some say this is definitive. When paired with the relatively low risk encounter of being the insertive partner in vaginal sex, you can lift this to the bank. Based on what you describe, the odds you are infected next to HIV are so astronomical they aren't worth spending another second of your time on. If you absolutely cannot let this jump, take another test at 3 months, which is even contained by the most conservative circles the end of the testing 'porthole period'.

This information does not apply to higher risk encounters - such as Men who hold Sex with Men or injection drug users.

Use condoms from now on. You're protecting your peace of mind as much as anything near them.
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